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Square Enix Europe announces the new Lara Croft adventure

Earlier this week some rumblings began that Square Enix Europe (the artist formerly known as Eidos) would be showing the upcoming Lara Croft game at GDC next week.  At first this news was more of a “we’ll see” type thing but quickly grew to become something substantial as more people continued to tip-toe around the subject. Now the cat is officially out of the bag as SE Europe today announced Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.

Atari announces Test Drive Unlimited 2

It took awhile to happen but today Atari and Eden Games have announced Test Drive Unlimited 2, the obvious follow-up to 2006’s unique driving experience.  Once again players will have a massive open-world to race along all while they take on online races in the games persistent world.

Ignition Entertainment announces Blacklight: Tango Down, a new fps for PSN/XBLA

The PSN and XBLA already have a nice roster of content but it seems to be lacking a bit in its fps offerings. Sure, we get enough fps games via disc based releases but it would be nice to get some bite sized adventures via the downloadable front.  Well today it looks like those who have wanted that are getting their wish as Ignition Entertainment and Zombie Studios have announced Blacklight: Tango Down, a new fps game exclusively for the PSN, XBLA and PC.

QuarterSave: Choose Your Own Adventure Gaming EP25

Welcome one and all to the return of QuarterSave! Now that the Olympics have finished up, it’s back to business as usual (or close to it anyways). The podcast has undergone a bit of a shift and features the hosting talents of one Mr Corey Rollins of ShogunGamer fame, affectionately referred to as BP*. The format has shifted a little bit as well as you’ll notice by the show notes provided for you below. What we’re aiming to do is get a bit of a discussion going on some hot topics that we notice from week to week in the gaming culture.

Braid's Johnathan Blow Shows off Concept Art for The Witness

Way back in August of 2008 game developer Jonathan Blow brought one of the most interesting and intelligent games to the Xbox Live Marketplace: Braid. It went on to become a media darling garnering plenty of praise from gamers, critics, and others in the video game industry while winning numerous awards. Even since we’ve been wondering what would be next up from the Indie Gamer’s wonder-kid.

Bethesda Denies Brink Release Date

Earlier in the week I got a bit excited about the announcement of a joint contest between Bethesda and GameStop promoting the upcoming release of Brink for PS3/360/PC. Unfortunately Bethesda has since then stepped up to deny that September 7th is going to be the final launch date. Instead they provided clarification that they are launching in “Fall of 2010.”

Brink Gets Release Date and Sweepstakes

It looks as though Gamestop is once more the place to find out about release dates before a publisher bothers to announce it. Bethesda and Gamestop have teamed up to put forward a sweepstakes for the upcoming FPS “Brink.” According to the contest details (confirmed on the game page) the game will be releasing on September 7th 2010.

Another look at the harsh prison life of Prison Break: The Conspiracy

This month seems to be a complete media blow out for the upcoming Prison Break game and today some new screens have arisen.

Warner Brothers Interactive acquires Batman developer Rocksteady

It shouldn’t come as that much if a surprise considering they’ve taken over the publishing rights of Batman: Arkham Asylum 2, but today Warner Brothers has announced that they’ve bought a majority stake in developer Rocksteady.  The small UK developer who wowed us last year with the amazing Batman: Arkham Asylum will now join Warner Brother Interactive’s stable of developers which includes Midway and TT Games.

Aliens vs. Predator Is Most Likely Getting A Sequel (What a surprise!)

Despite receiving below average to downright scathing reviews folks went out and bought Sega’s Aliens vs. Predator. In fact our friends across the pond in the United Kingdom liked the game so much that it shot to the #1 spot on the sales charts.  If that’s any indication it’s safe to say that the game did reasonable in North America as well. So good sales of course means one thing: a sequel is bound to happen.

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